Where's Art

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Tonight (May 6) - the book launch of Emma B at the Zenith Bookstore

Tuesday (May 7) - Ken Bloom talks about The Concept of Time & Space in Photography as part of the Tweevenings series at the Tweed Museum of Art

Thursday (May 9) The Magnolia Cafe holds a Salon and Opening Reception for Cloquet painter Adam Swanson.

Tim Hammond

Synesthesia is a condition where one sensory or cognitive pathway is cross-connected with another (for example, hearing sounds causing a person to see colors).  So with that idea in mind, Where's Art host Annie Dugan celebrates The Homegrown Music Festival by highlighting music-related visual art that can be seen in the Twin Ports.  Tonight (Monday) at 6 pm at the Duluth Coffee Company is the Wolfskull Creative Musician Portraits Opening Reception, featuring portraits of area musicians and also

We Are Water: Story Slam, tonight at 6:30pm

The Lincoln Park Business Group plein air clean up rescheduled to Wednesday beginning at 10:00am

St. Scholastica's Annual Student Exhibition opening is taking place later on Wednesday beginning at 3:00pm

Annie Dugan says in Canada, your doctor might write you a prescription to go look at art.

Prescription or not, you'll hardly be able to miss art this week.  49 years after the first Earth Day, 29 years after the first Art for Earth Day Gallery Hop, the Twin Ports continues its fine tradition of celebrating the natural world and the artists who remind us why we live here.

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Craft on Draft with Duluth Pottery

Tuesday, April 9 at Bent Paddle

National Crime Victims' Week Art Opening Reception

Wednesday, April 10, Zeitgeist Atrium

Native American Artists Panel Talk

Thursday, April 11, Tweed Museum of Art

TUESDAY, April 2

Annual Student Exhibition Opening
Tomorrow 12:00 · Tweed Museum of Art · Duluth,

THURSDAY, April 4

Quilts Are Magic Opening Reception

5:00pm - 7:00pm, Kruk Gallery at UWS

The Illusion of Control

Christie Carter

Tonight (Monday), March 25  Christie Carter Eliason "Inside Out, an Intimate Exploration of NonHumans"

The CHOICE, unlimited Student Show at Beaners closes Tuesday, March 26.  The closing reception begins at 5:00 PM.

The YWCA Art Show & Silent Auction to benefit the Early Childhood Center is Wednesday, March 27 at 5:30

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 Tomorrow (Tuesday, March 12) at the Duluth Art Institute, photographer  Vern Northrup will present an  Artist Talk at 6pm.                      Wednesday at 5:00pm, the Prøve Gallery will host this month's Teen Zine Workshop ...         

Marshall School's Zeitgeist Arts Night! is tomorrow (Tuesday, March 5th) from 5:30pm to 7:30pm...

Student Juried Exhibition Reception is Thursday, March 7, with special guest juror Susanna Gaunt

Exhibit Opening Reception with artist Kathy McTavish is also Thursday night, in Virginia ...

UMD's all-campus art show, We All Belong, opens tomorrow (2/26) at UMD's Griggs Center.

ARE, a poetry organization for youth in the Twin Ports, is releasing another book of poetry by students and progam staff. 

Sarah Brokke

Annie Dugan lets us know about a couple of art-related events this week in our midst, including:

Sarah Brokke's Sacred Selves opened yesterday at Duluth Pottery in Lincoln Park. The exhibit runs through March 31st.

This week's Making It Up North, the Emmy-nominated program produced by Karen Sunderman at WDSE-WRPT (Thursdays at 8:00pm and Sundays at 11:00am), features photographer Christian Dalbec.

Tomorrow's (2/5) Tweevenings program is called Out of the Shadows: Annie Traquair Lang & Helen M. Turner, and is hosted by Dr. Jennifer Web of UMD.

      

And the Prøve Collective is reopening after several months of extensive renovation ... you can enjoy the revitalized space and Jay Whitcomb's Demons and Angels: Moments of Clarity beginning Friday evening.

 

Jill Hagstrom Yankee. Used with permission

Annie Dugan talks about combating negativity on social media by changing what you follow, look at and post.

Carla Hamilton's Art of the Remix opens tonight at Teatro Zuccone ... 

The film Desolation Slow opens at Teatro on Friday ...

Saturday, Sue Rauschenfels opens a show at the Lakeside Gallery in Duluth

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